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Marc Chagall was a Hasidic Jew ("the Hasidim serves God with Joy"), raised in Vitebsk, Russia (now Belarus). From 1912 to 1985 he lived in France, except for a brief period between 1941 and 1948 in the USA.
Although most of his religious paintings were inspired by the Old Testament (Talmud) stories, Jesus Christ appears in many of his works, particularly in his stained glass which Chagall called 'painting in light'.

Watch a video including Chagall working on his stained glass. Especially see 6'30" in.

Other places you can see Chagall’s painted glass

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(in chronological order of completion):

Assy, Haute Savoie, France

Eglise Notre-Dame de Toute Grace
Chagall’s first two painted glass windows, 1956-7

Moissac, Tarn-et-Garonne, France

Eglise Abbatiale Saint-Pierre, Chapelle du Saint Sacrement
One window, 1962 

Jerusalem, Israel

Synagogue of the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical Centre
Twelve windows on the tribes of Israel, 1960-62 

New York NY, USA

UN Building, United Nations
Peace window in memory of Dag Hammarskjöld, 1963-4

Tarrytown NY, USA

Union Church of Pocantico Hills
Nine windows, 1963-6

Metz, Lorraine, France

Cathedral St Etienne
Nineteen windows on biblical scenes, 1958-68

Zürich, Switzerland

Five windows on biblical scenes, 1969-70

Nice, France

Musée National Message Biblique
Three windows in the concert hall, one in the permanent exhibition, 1971-2

Reims, France

Notre-Dame Cathedral
Three windows, 1973-4

Chichester, Sussex, UK

Cathedral of the Holy Trinity
A window based on Psalm 150, 1978

Sarrebourg, Lorraine, France

La Chapelle des Cordeliers
Five windows on peace and life, 1976-8

Chicago, USA

Art Institute
Three windows on the arts (not on permanent display?), 1976-9 

Le Saillant, Limousin, France

Six windows on nature, 1978-82

Mainz, Germany

Church of St Stephan
Nine windows by Chagall, 1977-1984, and others by his collaborator, Charles Marq 

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Visiting All Saints' Tudeley


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The church is accessible for wheelchair users having a low door threshold into the church and a specially constructed ramp to the chancel area. Toilets, including an accessible toilet, are located in the adjacent hall. Toilet facilities can only be made available during church services or for visitors booking a guided talk in advance.

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